Posted by: seekingacademia | March 27, 2011

Some Random Bits

  • Had our first Creighton NFP class, it was AMAZING! seriously, there is so much about the female body that people just do not get taught. I am very excited to start using it! I know very little about science beyond high school biology. But looking at microscope pictures of the different kinds of cervical mucus? um, AWESOME!
  • Randomly found on flickr pictures someone took of FH and I while we “proposed” to each other. We did it in a public place. The guy didn’t get any of us actually talking and doing the rings, just us taking pictures of each other, which I am kind of happy about. Because those moments are still private and between us.
  • Period peices are the *best*. I recently watched first season of Downton Abbey and the entire series of From Lark Rise to Candleford. I love period pieces. And after watching a few episodes in one day, I start hearing the accents in my head. Mawr for Ma. I love it. Anyone else have any recommendations?! Also, think it’s supercool that Lydia in the Colin Firth Pride and Prejudice plays Dorcas Lane in From Lark Rise to Candleford.


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